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Benito Perojo
Born
Benito Perojo González

(1894-06-14)14 June 1894
Died11 November 1974(1974-11-11) (aged 80)
OccupationFilm director, Executive producer
Years active1926–1971
Spouse(s)Carmen Carreras Torres
ChildrenCarmen Perojo Carreras

Benito Perojo González (Madrid, 14 June 1894 – Madrid, 11 November 1974) was a successful Spanish film director and film producer.

Biography

Son of José Perojo Figueras (1850–1908), a journalist and politician of Cuban origin, by his wife, Ana Cortina Fuentes (1871–1954).

On 18 July 1966 he was honoured by the Caballero Gran Cruz de la Orden del Mérito Civil.[1]

He died in Madrid on 11 November 1974 aged 80 and he was survived by his daughter Carmen Perojo Carreras.[2]

Selected filmography

Director

Producer

References

  1. ^ Franco, Francisco (26 July 1966). Castiella y Maíz, Fernando María (ed.). "DECRETO 1965/1966, de 18 de iu!io~ /lDr el que se concede la Gran Cruz de la Orden aeı Meri/o Civil a don Benito Peroio Gonzci.lez" (PDF). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (177). p. 9594. Retrieved 18 May 2019.
  2. ^ "El excelentísimo señor don Benito Perojo González (viudo de doña Carmen Carreras Torres). Productor y director cinematográfico falleció en Madrid el día 11 de Noviembre de 1974 habiendo recibido los santos sacramentos y la bendición apostólica de su santidad". ABC (in Spanish). Madrid: Vocento. 13 November 1974. p. 107. Retrieved 18 May 2019.

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